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Anstruther, Scotland
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Persons: 2
Category: Backpacker Hostel
Host ID: 46416
Country: Scotland

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Last Updated: September 27, 2017

The Murray library Hostel is a newly opened hostel in Anstruther, a 10 minutes ride from St Andrews, Scotland. We've been working in the hostel industry for over 10 years, and we finally succeed to open our own place. The hostel is of 28 beds, a common area and a kitchen , right in front of the old harbour. We've always been working with volunteers in our past hostels and the experience has always been positive. It's the best way to keep the place lively on one hand and it has been culturally rich experience for the volunteers and for us on the other hand.
We've been living in Scotland for quite a while already, our background is French/Polish and Scottish from now on.
We need volunteers to ensure guests are being welcomed in a nice atmosphere and the place stays tidy. There shouldn't be any more than 20 hours of "real" work. Well, We do encourage the volunteers into pushing things up with their own idea and abilities, so photographers, social media pro, handy people are more than welcome! In exchange of a few helping hours you'll receive free accommodation, free internet, free laundry and loads loads of free time to discover the Fife kingdom and most particularly the East Neuk region its history and its reputation of having the most friendly people in all Scotland! If you wish to immerse yourself into the Scottish fisherman culture you won't find better place!
Anstruther is the main town of the East Neuk region, a 10 minutes ride from St Andrews, it would perfectly suit to volunteers enjoying a quiet and peaceful place, watching the boats on the sea, bird lovers, hikers, sun bathing. The town is quite touristy, so there will be loads of interactions with guests, and locals, for some extra entertainment, the university town of St Andrews is a 20 minutes bus ride away. There, you'll find a bustling night life and even more people to meet as well as a lot to discover.

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